Norway Salvationists have been a comforting presence in public displays of remembrance for victims of a a bombing and mass shooting.
The first Salvation Army officers appointed to the west African country of Togo have arrived.
The Salvation Army in Australia has launched a high-end commercial law firm to raise money for a humanitarian service that provides legal advice and representation to people in need.
Salvationists in Oslo have been meeting emotional and spiritual needs after a bomb blast and massacre.
Representatives have travelled to Erbil in Iraq to formalise the ongoing relationship between The Salvation Army and the Iraqi Salvation Humanitarian Organisation (ISHO).
The service of thanksgiving for Commissioner Helen Clifton was a fitting tribute to a woman of God.
It is with a deep sense of loss that we announce that Commissioner Helen Clifton, former World President for Women’s Ministries, was promoted to Glory at 9:20 pm on Tuesday 14 June from London, England.
The Salvation Army International Staff Band (ISB) celebrated 120 years of mission and ministry in London with a weekend of spectacular events.
The Salvation Army in the USA is responding to tornadoes that brought devastation across the country's central states.